V-Ray 2.40.02 (64bit) for Maya 2014?2015 | 141 MB
Chaos Group, a leading provider of state of the art rendering solutions for the media, entertainment, and design industries, announce the release of V-Ray 2.4 for Maya, is a rendering engine that is used as an extension of certain 3D computer graphics software.
V-Ray for Maya is one of the latest developments by Chaos Group. Developed to meet the needs of the most demanding VFX & Film studios around the world, the rendering engine delivers uncompromised stability, interactivity, ease of use and unprecedented speed.
Now, V-Ray for Maya enables the rendering of even larger scenes with greater complexity and artists can rely on a faster rendering process.
The comprehensive list of features provided by V-Ray for Maya includes CarPaint Material, V-Ray Light Select Render Element, PText texture, true 3D Motion Blur, Sun & Sky procedural lighting system, Physical camera for matching live footage, and many others.
V-Ray for Maya became a renderer of choice of numerous renowned studios such as Method Studio, Zoic Studio, Lux VFX, The LAB NYC and many others. For less than two years since its official release V-Ray has been used as a major rendering tool in the latest award winning films and productions.
More info: _http://www.chaosgroup.com/en/2/vray_maya.html
About Chaos Group
Chaos Group is a leading provider of state of the art rendering solutions for the media, entertainment, and design industries. For over a decade our flagship rendering software, V-Ray, has set the standard for speed, quality, reliability and ease of use, and it has become the rendering engine of choice for renowned international studios. We work closely with our customers from around the world to ensure we?re creating the best tools for their workflow. Inspired by their imaginative creations, we passionately pursue advances in rendering technology and continue to improve the software needed to communicate their vision.
We proudly support the 3D community through our suite of innovative software solutions: V-Ray for Autodesk 3dsMax, V-Ray for Autodesk Maya, V-Ray for Rhino, V-Ray for SketchUp, Phoenix FD and Pdplayer.